Pharrell Williams wants you to respect the planet. The way we can do that, the award-winning musician, designer, and "Get Lucky" collaborator explains, is to make it a tradition to teach our children to how to be good to the Earth just as we'd teach them to be good people. This is the point Williams emphasized on the first day of Parley, a unique symposium focusing on the problem of plastic pollution in our oceans. Over the course of three days, while Williams hosts, Parley will feature artists, activists, scientists, and designers discussing ways that they can retrieve ocean waste and recycle it into new products. You can watch it all live July 3, at www.parley.tv at 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. CET (7 a.m. - 11 a.m. EST), to hear from speakers like photographer David Lachapelle, ocean explorer and activist Fabien Cousteau, H&M's creative advisor Margareta van den Bosch, Greenpeace co-founder Captain Paul Watson, Oscar Winning producer of "The Cove," Fisher Stevens, and LifeEdited's Graham Hill.
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